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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. j, $200.00iNPRIZES The BULLETIN offers to the per ons who, between February 1st and July 31st, shall send In the largest number ot new subscribers, the fol lowing prizes : tut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970. The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty to choose between models 90, 92 and 94 of the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is road racer, weight 20 pounJs. Model 92 (s a I lent road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs. The bicycle to be selected from the stock of the Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may be made between the corresponding ladles' Models, should the winner of tst prize be lady). And Prize, Singer Sewing Ma chine $00.00. The winner of this prize may choose between these three stvles of machines: that with oscillating shuttle and top cover, that with vibrating shuttle and. cabinet top, both five-drawer machines, or the "Automatic." with three drawers. This machine will be furnished by B. Ber gersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian Islands. rd Prize, Prerno 8enlor Camera, 4x8, with Outfit, $40.00. The Premo, St., has Double Swing Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack ant Pinion for focusing. .This camera may be sed with either Plates or Films. The outfit includes t Plate Holder, Tripod, J Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack, Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern. Camera and outfit are from the Photo Buppy Co., sole agents. th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat t Improvement on the Gramo phone, with 6 Records, $30.00. This Is the loudest and most natural talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be selected from the stock of the Bcrftstrom Musle Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian lilands. The following conditions of the contest taust be observed : i. All subscriptions must be prepaid at least three months In advance. a. No renewals or transfers of subscrip tions will be counted In this contest as ew subscriptions. Each name must be a bona fide addition to the subscription lists. . Subscriptions should be sent In as oon as secured, together with the name and address of the person to whom the subscription Is to be credited, as well as of the subscriber. Great care should betaken to give ACCURATELY the full name and address of each new subscriber. 4. Any person In the Ha waiian Islands is eligible to try for these prizes. Subscription Rates: M.00 per year, I2.00 for three months; strictly In advance. The NEW EMAND BAKERY and CANDY J. OSWALD LUTTBD, Manager. Hotel St,, near Fort, Honolulu. Garden Lanal Lunch Price List. , 1 Cup English Breakfast Tea 5 cents 1 Cup Pure Kona (Hawaii) Coffee 5 " 1 Small Cup Chocolate 5 ." 1 Large Cup Chocolate (Including cream and sugar) 10 " Fried Ham and Eggs (2) 25 " 2 Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled 10 " 1 Plate each, Bread and Butter, Doughnuts. Hot Buns, Snails, Toasts, Cakes Prune, Apple Sauce or Guava Jelly 5 " a Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches. , to " 2 Deviled Ham Sandwiches to " 2 Sardine Sandwiches to " 2 American Cheese Sandwiches, to " 1 Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot 10 " 1 Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot 20 " 1 Glass Fresh Milk 10 " 1 Glass Plain Soda 5 " 1 Glass Ice Cream Soda 10 " 1 Dish Ice Cream 15 " Strawberries and Cream In Season Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities made to order. BULLETIN OF NEW BOOKS, "From Kingdom to Colony" By Mary Devereux. "The Rebel"-By H. B. Marriott-Watson. "Geber"-By Kate A. Benton. "Feo" By Max Pemberton. "The Green Flag" By Conan Doyle. "D. Dlnkelsplel" -By Geo. V. Hobart. "Phillip Wlmwood" By Robert N. Stephens. "Booming of Acre Hlll"-By John Ken- drlck Bangs. "A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma- grujer. "Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman. "Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley. Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd. - "ft --ft 'ft ft ft -ft -ft -ft sft fft t'tt .- 1': "ft ft rft fft ft ft rft ft "ft rft -ft -ft a it a it it it a it it it -:t - a it a it a- ft NEW KROEGER PIANOS By . StX. .A.'U.StXSlllSb NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. EASY PAYMENTS t Tlx Berg;strora JVOl-ulsIo Co ' al. ; it it it it H it it it it it it U it Hit it it it it it it it it The Popular Play House. THIS - EVENING, well Unera Company In a Grand Spectacular Production of Sousa's Grand Comic Opera .... El - Capitan The Greatest Comic Opera Triumph of Many Years at POPULAR PRICES Parquet 75c, Circle 50c, Gallery 25c TELEPHOND 540. DON'T MISS IT! ASSESSMBNT NOTICB. Stockholders are hereby notified that the Third Assessment of 5 per cent or two and one-half dollars per share on the Capital Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable June st, at tlie omce ot tne uncersignea, All Port ttreet. J.H.FISHER. Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co., Limited. Honolulu, June 1, 1900. 1550 LOCAL AND 6ENEKAL, Tho Ofpheum tonight J. D. McVeigh Is a great deal better, "A Bachelors Romance' tomorrow nlf lit and "Aristocracy" FrIJay at the Hawaiian Opera House. There Is a very large through passen ger list In the Mlouera. there are no passengers for this port. There was but one arrest recorded at the Police Station this forenoon, a native charged with drunkenness. Half the Custom House force wai off this forenoon. The remainder w 111 have their holiday this afternoon. The big American ship Henry It. Hyde put to sea yejteiday afternoon with a lull cargo of sugar for New Yoik. Profs. Hunt and Setchell of the Univer sity of California arrived In the Australia this morning for a vacation trip about the islands. There was a sudden death or a native In Palolo valley last night. A post mortem on the body will be held upon Its arrival In town. ' When the Post Office general delivery window opened tills forenoon there was a line of people as far as the Hawaiian News Co's. office. . The master of the Carondelet made up his mind suddenly yesterday to sail for the. Sound. A crew was got together and the vessel put to sea in a leaking condition. Tlie usual serenaders were about again after midnight. Some of the musicians are worthy of applause but the majority should really be arrested on the charge of common nuisance. Among the through passengers In the Mlowera are Admiral Bridges of the Navy and Hon. Rupert Carrlngton. both of whom are returning to England after quite a stay In the Colonies. Miss Gertrude Louise Nnrrls of Corn ing, la., nnd Rev. Edward Dates Turner of tho faculty of Mills Institute, wero married nt tho homo of Frank Damon, Chaplain lane, yesterday afternoon, the Hcv. J. Elmer Kusscll ot the Instllnt" otiUlatlng. The hrlde wns glrea nwny by her brother, Edwin ,M. Karris of Philadelphia who accompanied his sis ter to this city In the China. Domingo Kcrrelrn who elalmeil 11 few days ago that Munntcd Patrolman Kelly chased him with a gun, wns lined $25 and coats on the charge of assault nnd battery on Kelly's wife. It was brought out during the evidence that Kerrclrn both assaulted and Insulted Mrs. Kelly. He was very severely lec tured by Judge Wilcox. Ferelr.i has figured In cases ot this kind before A mounted patrol mau was defied by certain young men last night when he a. tempted to stop the sett'ng off of fire crackers on Fort street. Before he knew It, two or thres Chi ese bmbs were ex ploded under his horse and he was forced to beat a h isty retreat to the police station. There he summoned help but, on arriving at the place where the fireworks were set off, he and his brother officers found nothing. NEW. MclNTYRB BUILDING John Oudcrklrk has received the con tract for erecting the Mclntyrc build ing at Fort nnd King streets. Tho price Is $52,000. There will he a front age of 112 feet on Kort, end G3 feet on King street. It will bo a two-story building but having walls strong enough to support an addition upwnrd If that ever became dslrnble. Tho building will have a sto.io foundation, pressed brick walls and terra cotta trimmings. The Mclntyrc Building Association,, which glv,9 the contrnct, allows all tho old buildings on tho property to go to tho contractor. WAIT And sec our snappy line of "NOCKABOUT Shoes : AT POPULAR PRICES: This is one of them. liff MINERNY SHOE STORE. WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD., 519 Fort Street 10c. 10c. 15c. 25c. 20c. 10c. 25c For Ladies Swiss Ribbed Vests a 25c. article. For a six yard. piece of Feather stitched braid In white, black and colors. For your choice of 100 dozen of Handkerchiefs embroidered, lace trimmed and plain hem-stitched. For almost any kind of a leather belt white or colors. For Ladies Hermsdorf dyed, black English made hose S2.40 a dozen. For Ladies' or Children's side elastic hose supporters, white and black. For handsome gold plated link cuff buttons for Ladies and Men. $1.00. For a Gloria Silk Umbrella. Paragon frame, color stainless. Good for rain or sun. WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD. Retailers, of Dry Goods at Popular Prices A Ho Weather Combination. A BLUE FLAME WICKLESS OIL STOVE A REFRIGERATOR AN ICE CREAM FREEZER A WATER COOLER :: See them in the large displav window. The blue flame stove is in operation, and runs from 7 a. in. to 5 p. m. without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner. NO SMOKE, NO SMELL, NO DANGER. Stools Mil Stools OAKS and . . IMITATION AtAHOGANY $1.00 This Week Only COYNE-MEHRTBN FURNITURE CO. Cor. Fort and Beretania. JEWELRY AT- -o REDUCED PRICES Fine Watch Repairing by Experienced Watch-Maker . . . ... All work guaranteed. M P. LUCAS, 205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 590 W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd. Sole Agents for Jewel Stoves, Standard and Puritan Blue Flame Wlckless Oil Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, Double-Coated Granite Ironware Hawaiian Opera ke Thursday Evening & July 5, " 7th 4PPFP.iNr.F IN s0d HONOLULU Mr. James Neill AND COMPANY, A Bachelor's Romance Sol Smith Russel's Greatest Comedy Hit. Frlday-"Aristocracy." By Bronson Howard. Saturday "The Amazons." Seats on sale at Walt, Nichols Co. Kind 0' acliln' In tho jlnts, Lame In back an' other pints; Don't much caro to sins or speak Sort o' luzyllko nn' weak. I'ap says: "Joe, Kit up an' ilust!" Hate to do It know I must. Neer ilo to rllo up pap , Hut I'd rather tako a nap. Don't see. what's come over mo 'I'm ns tired out askln he. Ma Jcs' says, nlth such n Krln, "Guess spring fevcr'B roun' nsln!" Cleveland Plain Dealer. O. 8. 8. AUHtrallo. The O. S. S. Australia was telephoned at about s:zo this morning but she did net arrive along'Ide the Oceanic wharf until about 8 o'clock. This delay was due to the examination of the passengers and crew of the steamer by Dr. Amtsse. Purser McCombe reports a follows: Sailed from San Franclsci June 27 at 2:25 .p. m. with 80 cabin and 88 steerage pis- sengers as well as 01 bags cf mall. Ex perienced strong breeze from N. W. to N. E. witli moderate sea and fine weather all the wav. Time from San Francisco to port, 6 days ar J 18 hollrs. HEADACHE When sron'ro tlirotuth iceltin partial ! llo( (mm htadacAt or Mtratgla lr tlio uw i of uwertala remedies, try a cuo that thorough ono thnt'i guaranteed to euro or mouny rnfundod. tirthermoro, the only romody iruurantctHt to contain do opium, morphine, ftntipynne orolnor harmful iuUtnncci. Jiut a wvuy( vliolc"mo, onfalling euro i GBS5LyfSflM!c &Q.d.Q,&t YTMrCKO W 10 A S n J bt Car. hjadatju nd nmralgta, nothing nli, dui in.K turtt la m mtDu;m. urueguu t' world over ffutnnte. tb.ni. ii ! I Two Kunncrs, ono n youni; Irishman unaccustomed to hnnllin; n fowling piece, the other a sharpshooter, were In quest of ducks In tho maishes Just south of Marcus Hook. They hi: I floated their decoys, and werfl patiently awaltliiK the coming at the Kime, when, with n sudden impulse, the dis ciple of tho shamrock put gun to shoul der and tired both harreU Into the midst of the floating llrk ot mimic ducks. In answer to an expostulation from his companion tl.e offender re plied: "It's yuresclf that hi-z tin signrlty at all. Kalth, when th' birds see what a d had shot I am they'll think you're no hctthcr, an' It'j a h.irtload ov ducks we'll be nfthcr takln' home, d'ye molnd." Philadelphia In julrer TEDDY WILL FIGHT HARD New York, June 27. Governor Roosevelt will leave New York on FrIJay for Oklahoma '0 attend the annual reunion of the Rough Riders. After the reunion he will on July 4th visit Kansas, stopping at Wichita and Topeka. On July 5th Governor Roosevelt will make another stop at Qulncy, III., where also lie will speak Then he return home to prepare his letter of acceptance and to receive formal notice of his nomination on July 12th. National Committeeman Harry ti, t'ayne, who lias just returned from a conference with Governor Roosevelt, sneaks highly of the Governor's determination to make a vigorous campaign and tints do his part for victory at the polls in November. "Our candidate for Vice-President'. ' Mr. Payne said. "Certainly intends to bear his share of the burden. When the g eat political storm of the campaign gets in mo tion and sweeps across the country, all disappointments, personal pre ferences, disagreements and dif ferences of opinion all disappear. We are going to have a great campaign, "The Chicago headquarters," Mr. Payne continued, will be the center of hard work this year. We will cover the entire section west of tlie Alleghenies. We will make an active campaign this year in every one of the Western mountain States, for we believe every one of them can be carried for McKinley and Roosevelt. I am going to Cleveland to see Mr. Hann.i and then will go home to Wisconsin make an axtend ed tour through the west and then he will talk real politics and arouse tlie enthusiasm of the voters. Pharaoh's Serpent Eggs, a novel and startling play thing which when ignited seerm to be animated. 5c. per box. KING BROS., Hotel street. We are showing the largest assortment of IjSUjROPKAjV rugs We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise: Tapestry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, -and Body Brussels in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Cat pet in Tapestry, Velvet Pile and Body Brussels in great variety Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats, always on hand at E. W. Jordan, No. 10 ort Street. " 'ti ,1 ' j hMilMlJk .. , . r'